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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FRCD 415
|3.||Road Of The Cross|
|4.||The Last Revolution|
|5.||City In Between|
|6.||Rock And Roll Angel|
|7.||Burn Your Flame|
|8.||World Gone Mad|
|9.||I Walk Alone|
|10.||The Sun Goes Down Limited Edition Bonus Track|
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|From: Figge||Date: July 20, 2009 at 8:24|
|I'm positive this will end up my favourite Jorn album, so far. My personal fave before Spirit Black was Worldchanger with L.A.T.B. as a close second. It's very classic, straight forward hard rock in style, which I love. There's not a bad song on Spirit Black (although the re-recorded version of City In Between being quite out of place) and that's been a problem with all Jorn albums for me. Spirit Black is also much more varied in tempo/pacing which adds to the overall album feel. Songs with a more melodic, lighter feel mixed with the mid-tempo heavy songs we've gotten used to and a few uptempo rockers too. As an album, not as incoherent as Worldchanger and O.T.E.N. and not as one paced and plodding as The Duke and L.A.T.B. The sound is immaculate! Less of the overprocessed guitar sound of The Duke and L.A.T.B. and the mixing and levels are better than on any other Jorn album. The best songs: Below, The Last Revolution, Rock And Roll Angel and the totally mind blowing World Gone Mad.|
|From: elljam||Date: June 12, 2012 at 6:19|
|This is one of his most consistent releases with the usual mixture of Dio & Whitesnake influences, but with some very good songs. "Below", "The last revolution", "Burn your flame", "World gone mad", "Rock and roll angel" & "I walk alone" are all standout tracks with the only negative being "City in between". The cover of Thin Lizzy's "The sun goes down" is OK but adds nothing to the original.|
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